I’m working on a project that has some fairly weird acceptance criteria. I’d really like to automate the acceptance testing, but none of the tools I know of will cover all the requirements without a good amount of hoop dancing. So I wrote one … in
bash. Truns out a few others have gone down this path as well.
While it’s currently quite limited and coarse, it might form the basis for a more comprehensive framework. Check the repo if you’re curious and/or interested.
I am starting a new programming project and have decided to use TDD and BDD as much as possible. Even though I currently suck at it, I think I am a convert. The confluence of testing automation, test writing, and spec writing is irresistible.
A Nettuts+ video on Testem helped make setting up easy. You should note that Testem has a
"framework": "mocha+chai" option that makes it unnecessary to download
So far, my code-to-test-code ratio is about 1 to 1.5. I have no idea if that’s typical.